Medical University of South Carolina
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Medical University of South Carolina Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Patrick J. Cawley
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
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  • Link
    Medical University of South Carolina website
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Assistant Professor in Charleston, SC
on May 23, 2022
I love working here, but I’m not adequately compensated. I’m looking for another job solely to see if having an offer will force them to give me what I’m worth. I’m not sure it will work.
Program Coordinator in Charleston, SC
on May 20, 2022
I've been in my position for 2.5 years and I'm constantly getting thrown new tasks and responsibilities but no pay raise or promotion. Great place to learn and network.
Cardiac Sonographer in Charleston, SC
on April 27, 2022
Great hospital that cares about their patients. Like most hospitals, you are overworked and underpaid but management really cares about their employees. The worst part about working here is the lack of parking, it takes about 5 years to get a space in a garage.
Medical Office Assistant in North Charleston, SC
on April 18, 2022
There’s no growth if you’re a medical office assistant unless you go to a whole different department. There’s no support from management when short staffed.
Lab Associate in Charleston, SC
on April 15, 2022
Had the opportunity to train on multiple lab setting and in phlebotomy. Everyone is willing to train and help advance. However the pay is not very great, less diverse inpatient areas are difficult to work in because you can see how staff and patients alike are treated if they are different from the majority. Some staff in specific departments can be very cold and distant, and do not support an inclusive or friendly work environment. Can be quite unorganized, not tidy, poor communication from management, shady/unclear in conversations about salary. Great place to get your foot in the door if you want to work in direct patient care or the lab setting

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Process takes about two weeks

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Situational, What did I expect from this job

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